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“If you’ve been on the fence about buying a home, 2016 is the year to take the plunge.Mortgage rates have been bouncing around record lows for a while now. But even though they’re likely to start going up, you haven’t missed your chance to get a deal on a house.
“A number of factors are coming together, making next year a good time to buy:”
1. Home prices will still go up, but should slow down
“Home sales dropped significantly in January compared to December, according to new housing statistics from the Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS® (SDAR).
“…The number of previously owned single-family homes sold dropped 36 percent in January. Condominiums and townhouses fell similarly. Further, single-family home sales were down about 10 percent compared to January of 2014.
“The silver lining is that prices remain stable. The median price of single-family homes in San Diego County ticked up to an even $500,000, and condos and townhomes were virtually unchanged from December, at $332,000.” (“The median price of single-family homes in San Diego County ticked up to an even $500,000”. San Diego Union-Tribune. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/feb/16/sdar-home-sales-down-in-volume-up-in-price/. 16 Feb. 2015.)
2014 saw increases in both the number and the median price of homes sold
For the first time since September 2013, real estate in San Diego County had an uptick in both the amount of homes sold and the average price received for those homes.
At the end of the year, $440,000 was the median price for a house in San Diego county. A year ago in December, CoreLogic DataQuick had reported a median price 4.8 percent lower. And when compared to sales in December 2013, this December saw 191 more homes close escrows, at the amount of 3,290 transactions.
Compared to just the month before, December had an 23 percent increase in the quantity of transactions, over the 2,675 in November 2014.
Read more about CoreLogic DataQuick’s findings on the San Diego Union Tribune article here.